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Distortion – by Grégory Papinutto

A weird, disturbing and terrifying slasher about mind-altering mutations

10 – 15 | 2018 | France | Horror | Live-Action | Madness

Distortion by Grégory Papinutto is a solemn story of an ambitious struggle to survive. The French writer/director has crafted a slasher and terrifying tale of paranoia, mind-warping effects, and identity. This short film, about an evil friendship, sees a group of childhood friends who descend on an old abandoned house to party hard. When the…


Albatross Soup – by Winnie Cheung

A psychedelic animation that explores the creative thinking generated by a famous riddle

2018 | 5 - 10 | Animation | Dreams | Fantasy | USA

“A man walks off a boat. He walks into a restaurant, orders the Albatross soup. He takes a bite, pulls out a gun, and kills himself. Why did the man kill himself?” If you have heard of this riddle before, you’ll also know that the answer is not straightforward, and requires a certain dose of…


Soy negra, soy marica y soy puta – by Hugo Meijer & Cas van der Pas

A documentary about Diana Navarro, a lawyer, trade unionist and prostitute who's fighting for LGBTQ rights

20 – 25 | 2014 | Colombia | Documentary | GLBT | Work

Soy negra, soy marica y soy puta (I’m Queer, I’m Black, and I’m a Prostitute) is the debut short film by Cas van der Pas and Hugo Meijer. The directors have chosen to tell the story of Diana Navarro, an exceptional lawyer and prostitute who’s fighting for human rights. The idea for the film started…


Wolf Call – by Ramey Newell

A short doc following the work done by wolf caretaker and award-winning photographer John Ramer

2018 | 5 - 10 | Documentary | Man and Nature | Observational | USA

Wolf Call is the new short film directed and produced by filmmaker, multidisciplinary artist, photographer, and graphic designer Ramey Newell. This documentary follows the work done by wolf caretaker and award-winning photographer John Ramer. He has worked in animal sanctuaries most of his adult life, often without pay, and feels this is his life’s calling.…


Letters of Italian Partisans Condemned to Death – by Fausto Fornari

The first anti-fascist documentary in the history of Italian cinema: more necessary than ever today, against any collective removal

10 – 15 | 1952 | Archive Footage | Documentary | History | Italy

Letters of Italian Partisans Condemned to Death is what Ferruccio Parri called “the first anti-fascist documentary.” The short film directed by Fausto Fornari, based on the collection of letters publised by Einaudi in 1952 and curated by Piero Malvezzi and Giovanni Pirelli, reconstructs the last messages left by some Italian Partisans sentenced to death between…

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